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Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France, 2007/07/19 - The European Language Industry Association (ELIA) has appointed as its Inttranews correspondent: Peter Brabazon, Board Director.
Inttranews correspondents are entitled to submit news items about their organisation for publication on Inttranews, free of charge, and benefit from the Inttranews syndication network and monthly readership of more than 50,000 linguists in over 90 countries.
ELIA, a non-profit organisation, is committed to representing the best interests of translation, interpretation and localization companies active in Europe by forming a forum for exchange, fostering the development of business relationships with fellow members and other related international organisations, and promoting the concept of ethics and quality standards throughout the industry.
Particularly ELIA aims as it prime objectives to represent and promote the interests of the language industry in Europe. But in addition it intend to forge relationships with companies across Europe including but not limited to, the EU, its new member states and those who have applied to join. It also has a number of other central objectives the main ones being to develop relationships with colleagues and related bodies from other parts of the world to make ELIA's voice and interests heard worldwide to share information and experience to develop the industry, to provide a forum for members to network and exchange information and not least to promote the concept of ethics and quality standards throughout the industry. There are a number of excellent reasons to join the ELIA organisations and application for membership is open to any organisation actively involved in the Language Industry.
Inttranews (inttranews.net) is read by some 50,000 linguists each month in institutions, universities, associations, translation services and companies, as well as by salaried and freelance interpreters and translators in more than 90 countries.
With 24 breaking-news reports issued every working day, Inttranews archives now contain more than 20,000 press reports published in more than 70 countries, enabling linguists to research and follow up on issues and events of interest or concern, with a direct link to the source site and article.
Inttranews has been syndicated by organisations such as the International Federation of Translators (FIT), the International Association for Translation and Intercultural studies (IATIS), the Global Association for Localization (GALA), as well as by Interpreters' and Translators' Associations around the world.
Inttranews was included in the scope of ISO 9001:2000 certification in March 2007.